Encountering God at Church Camp

May 3, 2018

Ignite Your Fire, Feed Your Soul, Build Your Faith... In Nature's Sanctuary

 

 

  • Had a great time at our Moon Beach winter Retreat?

  • Missed it but would have loved to go?

  • Want to go now that the weather has finally gotten warmer?

  • Looking for a great time for your children or teen this summer?

Try one of our United Church of Christ Summer Camping experiences!

 

The experience of summer camp is priceless for kids or every age.  It’s a time for them to unplug from those gadgets, assert a little independence, breathe in the beauty of nature, explore their inner spirit, and, most of all, let those life-time memories be made.

 

We in the Wisconsin Conference UCC have two of the best church camps in the nation. 

 

MOON BEACH is nestled in the north woods, between Eagle River and St. Germain on the shores of Moon Lake & Little Saint Germain Lake. Here you’ll enjoy clear waters, mixed forests with numerous nature trails, and a wide variety of wildlife.

 

PILGRIM CENTER is located on the southeast shore of beautiful Green Lake. Enjoy the rolling countryside and farmlands surrounding Pilgrim Center. Housing facilities are designed to meet the need of each age group and program. 

 

There are camping opportunities for all ages – not just kids. 

 

Dates, detailed camp descriptions, and registration for all camps and events are available online at www.ucci.org.

 

Our camps are also available for special events – weddings, anniversary and birthday celebrations, reunions, and business meetings. 

 

Peace UCC pays 1/3 of all camping fees for church members.  Application in the church office.  In addition, other scholarship help is available through UCCI.  See the web-site for more information.   

 

Have a great summer! 

 

Grace and Peace, Pastor Marty

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